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  1. Professional Practice Bye -laws of Amritsar

  2. Building Bye-laws of Amritsar • These building Bye-Laws may be called the Municipal Council (Erection and Re-erection of Building) Bye-Laws, 2007. • These shall come into force at once. • These building Bye-Laws shall apply to the entire area of Municipal Council or to such other areas, as the State Government may extend by notification in the official gazette. SITE, COVERAGE, MINIMUM FRONT SET BACK, HEIGHT AND F.A.R. FOR RESIDENTIAL PLOTTED DEVELOPMENT:

  3. : (i) Height permissible shall be excluding parapet, water tank and Mumti only. (ii) Minimum clear height for habitable room shall be 9’-0” in every part of the room. (iii) Open balcony / projection not exceeding 3 ft. in width at the 1st or higher floor levels shall not be included in the covered area. (iv) The minimum area of a habitable room shall not be less than 100 sq. feet and one side not less than 8 ft. and maximum area of a habitable room shall not be more that 500 sq. feet and one side more than 30’-0”. (v) The arrangement of habitable rooms and other components of a residential dwelling unit shall be based on sound principles of planning and design of a residential building. (vi) Construction of more than one dwelling unit on each floor in plotted development shall be allowed provided site coverage, FAR and height restrictions are adhered to. (vii)No opening is allowed on party wall of properties. (viii)Minimum width of staircase shall not be less than 2’-6”. (ix) Minimum ventilation should be 20% of the floor area. (x) The front set back is exempted in core area. The core area shall mean the innermost or the most intimate inner part of the old city having a gross density of 250 persons per acre or more, and shall include all such adjacent areas which are thickly and totally built up areas and which have assumed same and similar character and notified as such by the competent authority but shall not include any areas which are covered under any planned scheme. (xi) At least 5% of the space to be left open in or around the building shall be used for plantation. (xii) Professionals, consultant, doctors, advocates, Architects/Building Designers and Supervisor can use 10% of covered area for offering professional consultancy only.

  4. (xiii) To facilitate parking & movement of the vehicle, two gates will be permitted along the accessible road in the front boundary wall of the residential building. In the residential houses the gate of the standard design and width will be permitted along the side boundary well abutting on the accessible street/ road. (xiv)Car parking / porch covered with a fiberglass roof will be permitted in the front courtyard of the residential house. (xv)In case of plots abutting on two streets other than corner plots, minimum front set back on both the roads shall be compulsory and permissible coverage shall be compensated in the form of FAR. (xvi)Construction of access lamps within the street/ road portion shall not be allowed. This will be applicable to all categories of buildings. GROUP HOUSING, MULTI-STOREYED BUILDING & APARTMENTS

  5. COMMERCIAL: Site coverage, Parking, Height and F.A.R.: • The commercial building activity shall be regulated in accordance with the provisions, regarding site coverage, parking, height and F.A.R. as per attached schedule-1. • In case of commercial sites located in the Town planning and Building schemes coverage and zoning shall be in accordance with the schedule of Clause of the sanctioned scheme. • In case of commercial sites located in the schemes of Improvement Trusts, Urban Estates, Industrial Focal points or scheme prepared under any other Act and stands transferred to the local bodies, the coverage shall be regulated by zoning regulations and Architectural / Building control sheets applicable to that sanctioned scheme Staircase: The minimum width of staircase in commercial buildings shall be as follows:

  6. INSTITUTIONAL AND OTHER PUBLIC BUILDINGS: • In institutional and other public buildings site coverage shall not exceed 40% of the total area of the site. • FAR in case of public buildings erected or re-erected for educational institutions shall be 1: 1.0 and in case of other institutional / public buildings 1: 1.5. • Ground coverage, FAR and height restrictions as applicable to institutional and other public buildings sites located in approved schemes of ITS, Urban Estates and industrial focal points etc. transferred to the Local Bodies shall be in accordance with the approved Zoning Plans Schedule of Clauses. • In case of institutional and other public buildings, located in Town Planning and Building Schemes, site coverage shall be in accordance with the schedule of clauses of the sanctioned scheme. HEIGHT OF BUILDINGS AND SET BACK: • The height of buildings for residential, group housing, commercial, industrial, institutional and other public purposes shall be regulated as per the permissible height and F.A.R. restrictions indicated for such like buildings in the bye-laws besides the Air funnel height restrictions applicable in the area, if any. • The width of front set back shall be regulated as per provisions indicated in respect of residential, commercial and industrial buildings and also in accordance with the provisions of ground coverage and F.A.R. Restrictions in respect of group housing, institutional and other public buildings. The side set back shall be optional. Where left, it shall not be less than 2 meters or 1/6th of the height of the building whichever is more. The width of the rear set back, if left at any point of building, it shall not be less than 3 meters or 1/5th of the height of the building whichever is more.

  7. PROVISION OF BASEMENT IN BUILDINGS: • Basement shall be the storey that is next below or immediate below the ground storey or which may be in any part of the plot within building envelope line and up to maximum coverage not more than coverage on ground floor. The minimum height of the basement for habitable purposes shall not be less than 9’-0” from the floor to the ceiling of the basement and in each part 8’ clear height in case of beam structure or frame structure or otherwise and minimum height of the basement for parking purposes shall not be less than 10’ from the floor to the ceiling of the basement and in each part 8’-6” clear height in case of beam or frame structure. • The roof level of the basement shall not be less than 3’-6” from the adjoining average ground level for adequate light and ventilation. • Single basement is allowed in all residential, commercial, industrial, and group housing plots. However, on commercial and institutional plots having area more than 1000 sq. yards more than one storey basement may be allowed, if all other conditions for structural stability are fulfilled and it shall be exclusively used for parking. • Basement may be used for commercial purpose, Banquet Hall etc. if it is air conditioned, it shall have minimum either two stair cases for entry and exit or two approach ramps or one stair case and one ramp and total FAR not exceeding more than 1:2.00 In case in commercial buildings FAR is exceeded more than 1:2.00 then single basement shall be compulsory and shall be used for parking purposes only in addition to open space provided for parking on ground level. • However 10 % of the basement area would be increased to a depth of 14’-0” for the purpose of installation of electric generator or air-conditioning plant or providing a room for lift to the basement storey. • Applicant/Building Designer and Supervisor shall submit the certificate regarding its structural safety in relation to underground water table/spring level, etc.

  8. Adequate arrangement shall be made so that surface drainage does not enter the basement. • Applicant / owner of the building shall install suitable pumps for pumping the waste water into the sewer in place of directly connecting it to the sewer to avoid any risk of the sewerage or sludge heading back into the basement at any time. • Basement for parking shall not be taken into account for F.A.R. • Indemnity bond for basement as per schedule III shall be given by the applicant along with notice of building application to indemnify the local authority in case of any loss or damage caused to the adjoining properties on account of construction of basement either at the time of digging of its foundations or during the course of its construction or even thereafter and also against any claim of any concern thereto. • In case on the side of the site there is single storey building then 5’-0” side space is required from the adjoining property. • If on the side of the site there is double storey building then 7’-6” side space is required, and • If on the side of the site there is more than two storey building then 10’-0” side space is required. • If the applicant / owner does not leave side space according to the requirements he shall produce NOC from the owners of adjoining properties. • The permissible covered area for basement will be the same as the permissible coverage on ground. However, permissible coverage can be increased in the basement to create parking space on the following conditions:

  9. The roof level of such part of the basement shall not be raised above the surrounding ground level. • Clear ceiling height of such part of the basement shall not be less than 7’-0”. • Mechanical arrangement shall be made for exhaust. • Sufficient additional arrangements shall be made for fire safety to the satisfaction of fire officer. • Ramp in basement for parking purposes shall be of a minimum width of 9’-0” with gradient of 1 in 7. • Parking areas including basement and covered parking shall be exclusive public parking areas maintained by the builder /promoter up to the satisfaction of local authority. PROVISION OF LIFTS IN BUILDING: • Every building having more than fifteen meters height shall be provided with a minimum of one lift and total number of such lifts shall be calculated on the basis of one lift for every 900 square meter floor area above four stories.

  10. FIRE PROTECTION, ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS, MATERIAL AND STRUCTURAL CONTROLS: • Fire protection: • All requirements of fire protection through classification of buildings based on occupancy, type of construction, and other requirements shall be in accordance with the IS-1642/1960 Code of practice for safety of building (General); material and details of construction, and other relevant provisions of the National Building Code with latest amendments. • Electrical installations • The electrical installations in the building shall be carried out in conformity with the requirements of the Indian Electricity Act, 1910 and the Electricity Rules 1956 as amended from time to time. • Structural designs • The structural designs of all the buildings shall be in accordance with the relevant provisions of the B.I.S. code and shall be certified by a recognized Structural Engineer and shall be submitted along with structural safety certificate for buildings having more than 3 storied structure and for buildings up to 3 storeys only a structure safety certificate shall be submitted. • Plinth level • The plinth level shall not be less than 1’-6” or as may be specified by the competent authority form time to time.

  11. PUBLIC HEALTH – WATER SUPPLY, DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE DISPOSAL: The construction and installation of Public Health components i.e. water supply, drainage and sewerage disposal in a building shall be regulated as per bye-laws relating to water supply, drainage and sewerage disposal framed by the respective local authorities under section 399 (I) (M) of Punjab Municipal Act, 1911 or as amended/revised from time to time. Ordinary buildings (Ground +First Floor): - 1. Percolation pits of 30 to 45 centimeters diameter and a depth adequate, not less than 1 meter to recharge the ground shall be made. This pit shall be filled with suitable filter material such as well burnt broken bricks( or pebbles ) up to 15 cm from top. The top 15 cm shall be filled up with coarse sand. The top of this pit shall be covered with perforated RCC slab or of any other material, wherever considered necessary. The number of such percolation pits shall be provided on the basis of 1 pit per 30 square meter of available open terrace area of plinth area. The cross distance between the pits shall be minimum 3 meters. 2. Whenever an open well or bore well is available within the building premises the rain water collected from the open terrace shall be collected through pipes of 150 mm diameter or other suitable sizes and led to a filter pit of size 60 cms x 60 cms x 60cms (with appropriate filter materials and then led into the open well bore well through 150 mm diameter or other suitable pipes, after filling up a storage tank or sump. • Wherever existing water storage sumps are available the rainwater so collected after it passes though the filter shall be allowed to flow to the sump through closed pipes. As overflow pipe shall be provided to the storage sump to that the surplus waster is lead into the nearby open well or bore well or percolation pit.

  12. Provision of rain water harvesting structures in existing buildings:- Notwithstanding any thing confirmed in this rules, Rainwater harvesting structures as detailed in rules 3 shall be provided in all the existing buildings, with incentives to the owners in a policy to be decided by the Govt. Group Housing • General : The Group Housing norms shall be in accordance with the schedule VII and the relevant provisions contained in chapter II, III, IV, V, VI and X of the Building Byelaws as far as they are not inconsistent with the provisions made in chapter-XI. • Basement : The construction of basement shall be governed in accordance with detailed provisions contained in chapter IV. • Parking on stilts : Shall be permitted within the building envelope and the same shall not be counted towards FAR. However the maximum permissible height of the stilts shall be 8’6” (2.60m) and the floor of stilt parking shall be kept at + 0 level. • Minimum distance between two building blocks: Within the site shall not be less than 1/3rd of the average height of the buildings in case where habitable rooms derive air, light and ventilation; and When no air, light and ventilation is drawn, the distance can be reduced by 3’3” (1m) subject to a minimum of 10’0” (3m) and a maximum of 26’3” (8m).

  13. Balconies :   The balconies upto maximum 4’0” (1.2m) depth shall not be counted towards FAR. In case the depth of the balconies is more than 4’0” (1.2m), then the remaining area beyond 4’0” (1.2m) shall be counted towards ground coverage and FAR. • Stairways : Number and specification of Stairways shall depend upon the number of users. Minimum one stair of width 3’3” (1m) shall be provided for 12 dwelling units. Thereafter for every additional 3 dwelling units, either the width of the staircase shall be increased by 10” (0.25 m) or an additional staircase shall be provided subject to the condition that the minimum width of each staircase shall be 3’3” (1m).

  14. Schedules: Commercial buildings.

  15. Schedules: Industrial Buildings

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